Join our guided South America mountain bike and road cycling adventure tours, on routes that will change the way you see riding forever.
The Andes are a veritable cyclist’s dream with the ever-changing landscapes of mountains, lakes and villages all served with top class routes.
Our South America mountain biking and road cycling holiday let you experience the Andes in a unique, exhilarating way.
You travel fast enough to appreciate the changing landscapes, yet slowly enough to make out the detail.
We have a raft of shorter, family-friendly rides, too, gliding down forest and gravel tracks through remote and picturesque villages.
Road cyclists will love the long climbs and descents through remote, verdant countryside.
Mountain bikers can enjoy fun days out or demanding black route technical workouts – sometimes on Inca paths – and always maximum fun.
All tours are fully-supported with a back-up vehicle so that you get the most from your bike adventure holiday.
Previous experience is not essential, but bring your spirit of adventure – cycling is one of the most exciting and intimate ways to understand the beauties of South America.
We recommend your build-up to the expedition should include plenty of biking time. Bring your own steed for the adventure, or use our hire bikes for ease of travel.
What's a tailor made trip?
We put together a bespoke tour to fit your requirements.
Prices From $1,742 / £1,477 per person
Capacity: 16 people
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What's a group trip?
Join a small group of like-minded travellers on a guided trip.
Prices From $3,990 / £3,384 per person
Dates: From January 2022 to May 2024
Prices From $4,851 / £4,114 per person
Prices From $3,780 / £3,205 per person
Dates: From December 2023 to March 2024
Capacity: 12 people
Prices From $4,430 / £3,757 per person
Dates: From March 2023 to January 2024
Prices From $1,914 / £1,623 per person
Dates: From April 2023 to October 2023
Prices From $1,716 / £1,455 per person
Prices From $4,245 / £3,600 per person
Dates: From January 2024 to January 2025
Prices From $3,686 / £3,126 per person
Dates: From April 2024 to November 2024
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The trip was very amazing and we will definitely recommend Andean Trails to our friends. Highlight of the holiday was definitely the biking, Miguel our guide was amazing and made sure we were safe and comfortable. The biking was organized and setup very well, the biking company had everything together. Food was great, Miguel our cook/guide was an amazing chef! Accomodations for the biking were great. Overall this is an amazing mountain biking opportunity and you see many different landscapes during the bike.
Inca Trail trek was organized well and had great food and guides. Overall it was a great company that had knowledgeable guides and staff.
Z Johnson, USA, 2016
» Inca Trail & Amazon Tour from Cusco
We had a fantastic trip with Camillo and Tatiana who both did a wonderful job of looking after us both with the cycling and with non cycling side events. The highlights for me were the Fincas and doing a 2000m climb to an altitude of 4000m on the Nevada del Ruiz. Meggie did 1000m of the climb as well.
Colombia is an absolutely beautiful country and we have encountered nothing but friendly people. The cycling culture is amazing.
Thanks for everything.
A. Hamilton, USA, 2016
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